A wave of joy was today witnessed among the activists of NSUI who today distributed sweets among students, scholars, teaching as well as non-teaching staff regarding revocation of employment policy by coalition government. Choudhary Naseeb Ali, national delegate NSUI who along with other senior leaders of NSUI while distributing sweets said that he along with several organisations of J&K fought against this anti-youth policy and after a long gap of four years, the revocation of this policy has given a sigh of relief to the highly educated cum unemployed of the state.This step was welcomed by NSUI.
Adding to this, Neeraj Kundan, state president NSUI said that the revocation of employment policy was a step in the right direction. Also present on the occasion, Ajay Kumar, national delegate, NSUI said that coalition government has taken this step of revocation at a late hour but it is better to mend at a late hour than never to mend at all.This revocation will motivate every youth to work for the governmental machinery. Prominent who were present on the occasion were Kaamal Magotra (state general secretary, NSUI), Nitin Bakhshi (President, Jammu university NSUI), Himanshu Gupta, Gautam, Rahul Sadotra, Pankaj Rajput and many others.